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11-08-2008 @ 3:54PM
I'd have to agree with the above comments. The only reason I am here now is to see if there is any clarity as to why Mike was talking rubbish about WoW Radio. I mean, WoW Insider is generally a collection of intellectually bereft content mashed together with some humour and exclusives. The only writer I've placed any weight in is Matt Low and that is simply because I have worked with him previously.As far as I am concerned, WoW Insider made a massive mistake moving away from WoW Radio, due to the added cost and competition. Previously, you had reduced costs and ZERO competition, meaning you could have the entirety of the WoW Radio community and WoW Insider community at your finger tips. Now, you have to compete with people who have a man with professional broadcasting experience at its head, whilst you have a guy who doesn't understand what he is saying 75% of the time leading you forward. I'd like to see some justification as to that decision, because whoever made it was on drugs at the time.
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